What Becomes Of The Broken Market

December 25th, 2014
in commodities

by Lee Adler, Wall Street Examiner

The November industrial production data reported recently shows no slowdown yet in US oil and gas production, and as goes oil and gas, so goes the US economy.

There’s more data and analysis below, but in honor of the occasion I wrote new lyrics for that great old Temptations classic, What Becomes of The North Dakotans. Here’s to the Temps lead singer Jimmy Ruffin, who passed away in Las Vegas in November.

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GDP Astounds with 5% Estimate for 3Q 2014

December 25th, 2014
in gdp

BEA Revises 3rd Quarter 2014 GDP Growth Upwards to 4.96% Annualized Rate

by Rick Davis, Consumer Metrics Institute

In their third estimate of the US GDP for the third quarter of 2014, the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) reported that the economy was growing at an astounding +4.96% annualized rate, up an additional +1.07% from their prior estimate for the 3rd quarter and now up +0.37% from the already very healthy 4.59% annualized growth rate registered during the second quarter.

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Third Estimate 3Q2014 GDP Revised up to 5.0% Growth - Well Above Expectations

December 23rd, 2014
in aa syndication, gdp

Written by Doug Short and

The third estimate of third quarter 2014 Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is now a positive 5.0%. This data point was +3.5% in the advance GDP estimate, and 3.9% in the second estimate.

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Final December 2014 Michigan Consumer Sentiment Strong but Slightly Off Its Preliminary Reading

December 23rd, 2014
in aa syndication, consumer sentiment

by Doug Short, Advisor Perspectives/dshort.com

The Final University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment for November came in at 93.6, a strong surge from last month's final but slightly below the 93.8 of the preliminary report, which was a post-recession high and the highest level since January 2007, almost eight years ago. Today's sentiment level came in above the Investing.com forecast of 93.1.

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November 2014 New Home Sales Again Soft

December 23rd, 2014
in aa syndication, home sales and home prices

Written by and

The headlines say new home sales are down from last month. Econintersect also sees the new home sales data soft again this month - with the unadjusted 3 month rolling averages continuing to decline. As the data is noisy, the 3 month rolling average is the way to look at this data.

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